On Thu, 2011-05-19 at 13:53 +0700, Arief M Utama wrote: > Hi all, > > > First, I gotta say thanks for the awesome work in debian. I'm not a DD, > just a long time debian user, been using it since potato era (wow, > that's a long time) and I could testify that it has been a fun and > joyful ride :) > > I wanna help test and improve suspend-resume framework in debian, from > time to time, suspend-resume has not yet been reliable enough for me. > > Latest try with only pm-utils package, I can do hibernate and resume > just fine, but suspend and resume does not work, suspend ok, resume fail. Suspend and resume are normally handled by the kernel, with some help from initramfs-tools for resuming from disk. pm-utils is not required for this, although it has other useful functionality. > With pm-utils+uswsusp, I can suspend-resume just fine, but > hibernate-resume does not work, same thing, hibernate ok, resume fail, > on resume I can see the progress of loading back the image data and it > goes through to 100% but then it just stop there. Magic sysrq reboot > worked though. > > I wanna file bug, but not sure against which package and I wanna try > gather more info first before I do it. Like how does it work now without > hal? So long as you don't use uswsusp, the right package is linux-2.6. If you do use uswsusp then it could be either package at fault. > My current test system is a Sony Vaio laptop, with > testing/unstable/experimental repository configured (I need experimental > for gnome3 packages). > > Do we have a database of quirks and workarounds for suspend-resume? I've > only been reading wiki.debian.org/Suspend and not sure if it's up to > date (still mentioned hal) and it does not have links to such database. That page appears to be very outdated. There is little point in maintaining a database; any failures belong in a bug tracker. Ben. > Anything I could provide for more info? > > Thanks for the help. > > All the best. > -arief > > -- Ben Hutchings Once a job is fouled up, anything done to improve it makes it worse.
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